Journalist and Copywriter
Sharon Green is a journalist, copywriter and social media manager based in Melbourne, Australia.
Sharon is currently the founding editor of SHE DEFINED, an online lifestyle publication for women.
She has written across a variety of topics including business, lifestyle, health, education, environment and social affairs as well as profiles and features on people and businesses.
Her writing has appeared in a number of leading Australian publications including the The Age, Herald Sun, Geelong Advertiser, Bride magazine, desktop, Fashion Journal and SHE DEFINED.
Sharon enjoys writing for the web and has worked with a number of digital marketing agencies on a range of projects including web builds, social media campaigns and other online copywriting assignments.
She has also gained international media experience where she worked as a journalist, video presenter and copywriter in London.
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Posted March 4th, 2014 by Sharon Green in writingIt’s not often you get the opportunity to meet someone you admire. But this week I had the pleasure of meeting my one of my favourite authors, Elizabeth Gilbert. Seven years ago I picked up a copy of Eat, Pray, Love and couldn’t put it down. Strangely, I discovered the book after returning from a 6-week trip to Europe, my first solo journey abroad. As expected, I related to the story well because I was in the right head space at the time of reading...
Posted April 28th, 2013 by Sharon Green in Future of JournalismLast week I had the privilege of attending a workshop at News Ltd which focused on the effective use of Twitter for journalists. In an earlier post, you may recall I wrote about how Twitter was the number one online tool for journalists. I still think it is. I use it every day to engage with my followers, share news and find stories. We were fortunate to have experts from Twitter present the workshop. Twitter’s Director of Market Development Mike...